the New New Hampshire Avenue

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“While feasting on the Indian food here, it's easy to see there really is also a cultural feast going on.
Walking around I see people wearing all sorts of different clothes and speaking many different languages.”

--Doug Barry, fan of South Indian restaurants and grocery stores

 
 

Walk the New Ave


Explore all the businesses and events on the New Ave by downloading each walking guide below. (Print double-sided, then fold down the middle.)

The area is also transit accessible with several bus stops and a convenient bike ride via quieter residential streets. Grab your bag, and head out the door - adventure is only a sniff, glance, taste, or beat away! Need to drive? There is ample free parking in the plaza parking lots, and on Holton Lane.

Latin America and the Caribbean  I  Download .pdf

Wondering where that delicious smell of rotisserie chicken is emanating? Been hearing that the pupusa makers on the New Ave can throw down with the best of them?  Realizing that there just aren't enough plantains in your typical weekday breakfast?  Then this is the tour for you!

Bakeries and Sweets  I  Download .pdf

Mouth water when you think of tres leches (three layer sponge cake with two types of sweet milk and heavy cream), those rosemilk dumplings you sampled at your friend's Indian wedding, or passion fruit ice cream?  Ever tasted fresh from the oven pan dulce (sweet bread) while chatting over coffee?  What are you waiting for - you can satisfy your cravings now!

Groceries  I  Download .pdf

Some neighborhoods have food scarcities. The New Ave has an abundance of food waiting for you. Whether from El Salvador, the Islands, or India, enchant your taste buds by visiting aisles of spices, legumes, and produce. Visit friendly Halal butchers for unusual cuts of meat. And if you live on quickly prepared meals during the week, you can stock up on pre-made dishes, sauces, and mixes from all over the world. It's all here on The New Ave!

 

 

Fabrics  Download .pdf

Whether going sightseeing or with a project in mind, any fabric lover will enjoy the show.  There is more to discover within four blocks than you will have time to see.  Fabrics travel from all over the world to The New Ave, surprising in their variety and design.  Whether you enjoy $200 lace or a shimmery $8 liner cloth, use the tour to guide your way.

South Asia  Download .pdf

The New Ave offers a great mini-vacation to the Subcontinent - everything is close at hand and waiting to be discovered.  Between clothes, music, movies, jewelry, and groceries prepare to be delighted, astonished and fascinated.  The New Ave contains a hub of businesses serving the Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi communities, and they are waiting for you, too!